Old Weil-Mclain Boiler

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Post By: Ats6 » Thu. Feb. 19, 2015 9:21 pm

Thanks mike. So does that 12 lb/hr input in simple terms mean that if I want it to burn for 12 hours I need to put 144 lbs of coal in there? (12x12) and Of course this is approx

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Post By: Pacowy » Fri. Feb. 20, 2015 12:28 am

You're welcome. The 12 lb/hr is the most you would need to feed to run it continuously at its rated hand-fired capacity. Using the bottom door damper (and maybe an MPD) you could calm it down to use less coal and produce lower output.


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